Venosan Unisex Compression Below Knee Microfiber 4000 Class 1 Closed Toe
The VENOSAN® 4000 is designed with an innovative sandwich construction. It is the first compression stocking in the world to be awarded the TACTEL® climate effect label.
SUITABLE FOR: Sclerotherapy, Ulceration, Thrombosis, Varicose Veins, Pregnancy, Work and Travel
- Specifically designed for the elderly (easy to use)
- Accessible in compression class I (18-21mmHg)
- Compression class II (23-32mmHg)
- Available Sizes: Small, Medium, Large & X-large
- Below knee: open/closed toe, wide band for comfort
- Thigh length: wide comfortable band that stays in place
- Single leg: to waist with belt, open toe only (Cc II only)
- Pantyhose: the closed toe has a substantial toe stretch for the best comfort
- Maternity Pantyhose : closed toe only, along with an adjustable waist band
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- 71% TACTEL® Polyamide
- 29% Lycra® Elastane
- TACTEL® climate effect wicks away moisture, so ensuring excellent comfort in wear.
- Easy to apply, due to the flat stretch/strain curve of the knitted fabric.
- Will fit up to 90-95% of the general public.
- Material and visual elegance ensure optimum comfort in wear.
Small, Medium, Large, X-Large
28cm – 38cm, 32cm – 41cm, 35cm – 44cm, 38cm – 46cm
37cm – 42cm
18mm – 21mmHg Mild compression
MEASURE COMPRESSION STOCKINGS
When and how to measure for compression stockings
Medical compression garments should be measured by a trained fitter where possible
Important points when measuring for compression garments
- Early morning if possible when leg is not swollen
- If the leg is swollen, elevate leg for a period of time
- Patient should be standing where possible
REMEMBER! CORRECT SIZE IS EVERYTHING!
- If the garment is too tight, the client will be uncomfortable and the likelihood of them wearing the stockings all day is slim.
- If the garment is too big, the client will spend all day pulling it up
- Incorrect sizing will cause discomfort to the client and will result in poor compliance
- If measurements are at the very end of the size scale there will be minimal stretch left in the garment
- If this occurs, move up to the next size. This will still give the correct compression, but garment will be more comfortable and easier to don.
- If a client is very elderly or has poor muscle strength, start with a lower compression garment. Once they are used to wearing and donning this garment, you can introduce a higher compression if needed.
- To get accustomed to wearing compression garments, wear them for a couple of hours a day initially and gradually increase the time for wearing them.
COMPLIANCE IS VERY IMPORTANT IN ACHIEVING THERAPEUTIC RESULTS
Correct sizing + Correct garment = RESULTS
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